Ok thanks, will go for fusion 7.
Regards,
Godwin Adoyi 

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From: mac-access-boun...@mac-access.net
[mailto:mac-access-boun...@mac-access.net] On Behalf Of Phil Halton
Sent: Thursday, October 23, 2014 2:37 PM
To: Mac Access iOS Accessibility
Subject: Re: V M Ware fusion 7 or Parallels

for some reason you wound up in my junk mailbox, but no matter. Fusion 7 is
the only real way to go. Parallels is not accessible to any extent that
would make it worth the bother, whereas fusion is completely accessible to
VoiceOver. Version 7 is compatible with the latest OSX, and its always a
good idea to keep up with the latest versions of apps if possible.
you'll encounter a little difficulty when setting up your windows screen
reader, there is no insert key on the mac, and you can't use the caps lock
key either as OSX doesn't treat it as an actual key press that can be passed
through to the windows virtual machine,  both of these keys being   the
preferred  modifier keys for windows screen readers. So, you'll have to do a
few little tricks to get around that - no problem though - it is easily done
and we'll help you when you get to that.

On Oct 23, 2014, at 7:02 AM, Godwin Adoyi Agada <gad...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Dear all,
> 
> I'm a new owner of a MacBook Air.
> 
> My question: V M Ware fusion or Parallels, which is more friendly with VO?
> 
> Also which version will you recommend as a VO user?
> 
> Thanks in advance.
> 
> Regards,
> 
> Godwin Adoyi 
> 
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